In a new book, former FBI Director James Comey blasts President Trump over obsession with personal loyalty and possible obstruction of justice. But some scholars say presidents have wide authority over things like investigations and firing officials. Christian Science Monitor | All Stories
As the White House continues to grapple with the bombshell allegations outlined in a new book about the Trump presidency, a report that the president sought to control the early stages of the Justice Department’s Russia probe is likely to cause further headaches for the administration. Yahoo News – Latest News & Headlines
Seth Meyers Gets Real About ‘Deeply Unfit’ Donald Trump’s Possible Obstruction Of Justice In Best ‘Closer Look’ Yet!
Just in the past week, Donald Trump has fired FBI Director James Comey, shared classified information with Russian officials in the Oval Office, and was outed for asking Comey to end his investigation into Michael Flynn. If that’s not a shit show of a news cycle, we don’t know what is! In what we think(…)
The term “obstruction of justice” has been swirling inside Washington D.C. and across cable television ever since President Donald Trump fired FBI Director James Comey last week. The talk only intensified after the New York Times cited a memo from Comey claiming Trump had asked him to shut down an investigation into former National Security(…)